## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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directly from the expression for circumferential strain in terms of outward THICK -

WALLED PRESSURE VESSELS / 179 radial displacement u ( Fig . 9 .

**Compatibility**of strains The condition of deformation or**compatibility**followsdirectly from the expression for circumferential strain in terms of outward THICK -

WALLED PRESSURE VESSELS / 179 radial displacement u ( Fig . 9 .

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Equations of equilibrium , equations of

have been written ; boundary conditions have been satisfied . Although we shall

not write general three - dimensional partial differential equations of equilibrium ...

Equations of equilibrium , equations of

**compatibility**, and stress - strain relationshave been written ; boundary conditions have been satisfied . Although we shall

not write general three - dimensional partial differential equations of equilibrium ...

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a or Fab M = a + 7 = Raa In all these examples , the fact that virtual work simply

puts equilibrium and

the obtaining of an equilibrium relation upon substitution of any set of

displacements ...

a or Fab M = a + 7 = Raa In all these examples , the fact that virtual work simply

puts equilibrium and

**compatibility**side by side , independently , is reflected bythe obtaining of an equilibrium relation upon substitution of any set of

displacements ...

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